I went to London not so long ago with my dad and uncle to have a lunch meeting; for me that basically meant free japanese food, a good excuse to wear something other than PJ's and time to get outside to low-key play Pokemon Go. Wooo! Look at me venturing past my front door and shit.
"Dearly Beloved...We are gathered here today, to get through this thing called life."
Prince to me is just as much about the unapologetic style as he is about the music. It's great to know that Prince was a similar height to me so that his style will automatically suit me...that's how it works right? RIGHT!?
Obviously I had to channel a bit of Prince into my outift to go see the outdoors screening of "Purple Rain" in Preston Park Manor...I don't feel like I did him much justice, this look is a little subdued compared to my usual attire...(it's hard to walk in platforms across an uneven English park ok?!). I actually own a burgundy/pinkish beret but it's velvet meaning it can't take rain, and since this is England, I was too scared to wear it...you'll just have to imagine how beautifully fitting it would of been for the outfit.
Last week, I received a set of "claws" and a faux septum from the brand Tribal Vault! They sell a wide range of really awesome alternative accessories like the items I am wearing in the pictures below and look super badass. I wore the claws and septum for a good few hours without any sort of discomfort or problem which is great because the last faux septum I bought felt like it pinched my nose slightly after a short while. This one didn't do that at all and it doesn't feel like it will easily slip off either. The little details on it really add to the overall style of it as well and is really well made for the price.
A couple of months ago, I was asked to be an ambassador for a brand called "Mirina Collections" which sells very bold statement jewellery; of course, I agreed and I am now a fabulous Mirina Girl (as always ha!). So, my necklace arrived the other day, beautifully packaged, and it is really gorgeous (pictured below).
The necklace is in fact two necklaces stacked on top of each other and has a very ~ victorian gothic ~ feel about it which really suits my style. Surprisingly, it's not too heavy or noisy to wear all day so its perfectly suitable for everyday wear (for me anyway!). Because of the victorian element to the design, I decided to do some "doll" makeup (press "more" to see) to match but with darker colours, and obviously a bit of quirkiness, to compliment the boldness of the necklace.